Tony’s latest research paper advocates an "enabling" approach to investment policy statements and recasts fundamental concepts of time horizon, spending policy, asset allocation and risk metrics, to empower policy makers and investment managers to respond proactively and efficiently to fast-paced, dynamic markets.
- A greater level of analytics is needed in many investment policy statements
- Policy statements can’t be vague, qualitative or have a 40,000 foot view
- Organizations can no longer have a status quo investment policy statement – they must do things differently
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